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>> steve: joakim soria throwing in the bullpen. probably needs an inning of work. 18 base hits for the royals this evening. >> ken: they can single and double you to death. >> steve: and they have. tonight. >> ken: this will be the 6th at-bat for butler. he's 1 for 5. takes that breaking ball low and away. and that's slicing foul. after the game, stay tuned for the 9th news with bob jordan and jackie banks. jim ramsey with the weather, and rich king for all the sports highlights. 1 out, 1-1 the count. konerko playing behind maier. there's a chopper. 27th double play hit into by billy butler, and that will retire the side. so we will go to the bottom of the 9th. we need 6 to tie. diabetes testing? what else is new? you get the blood, hope it's enough, it's -- what's this? [ man ] new and improved freestyle lite® blood glucose test strip. sure, i'll try it, but -- [ beep ] wow. [ man ] yeah, that's the patented freestyle zipwik™ design. [ man #1 ] it's like it -- targets the blood. targets the blood. yeah, it draws it right in. the test starts fast. you need just a third the b
's lame duck session time. st steve centanni joins us from washington with the very latest. we saw this coming. >> that's right. it's not the first time we saw it happen. you could call it a classic race to the exit as members of congress wrapped up their business last night and headed out to the campaign trail. there were objections in both houses, people going on the record saying they wanted to get more work done. in the end, the urge to get home and start campaigning won the day. there were no reports on the budget so a continuing resolution will have to be passed -- was passed. that will keep the government running until congress comes back and can pass those permanent spending bills and as expected, there were no -- there were no votes on the bush tax cuts that are set to expire at the end of this year. the vote to adjourn in the house came by one vote with speaker nancy pelosi having to step in to cast her vote to adjourn after 39 democrats joined republicans in voting no. congressman mike pence is one of those who is critical of his congressional cohorts for closing down sh
goes on spending frenzy. time to baton down the hatches? i i'm varn varn. we have steve forbes, elizabeth macdonald, quentin hardy, and stephane fitch. >> i expect a spending tsunami in the lame duck. since president took office we have blown hole in the balance sheet size of germany. they've gotten out of control -- the fiscal maniacs. we're trying to drink ourselves sober. there are fiscal restraints that the tea party talk about and everybody is dismissive of them. we risk a downgrade to the u.s. triple-a credit rating we have had since 1913. if that happens, borrowing costs will soar. >> look at specific items that may come down the pike at us. i'll jscroll it on the screen. we look at potential and likely spending, "forbes," is that what we'll see, spending like this? >> you won't see the spending that the spendocrats want because of the election. the american mood changed profoundly. democrats survive, especially in the senate, those coming up for re-election will be scared out of their wits and they will go against the spending thing. any big spending plan will be blocke
with meteorologist steve rudin. >> stacking up. we have a tornado watch incorrect until 1:00 p.m., including the district. washington, fairfax, and a flash flood warning in effect for the entire metro area. look at the moisture moving in our direction. heavier bands of rain across richmond. all this will move north-northeast over the next eight hours or so. then we'll look for a quick end to the rain this evening. our live doppler radar as we head closer into the immediate metro area. right now the rain heading to the west. gaithersburg to dulles airport. looking at moderate rains. rainfall rates at an inch per hour. rainfall rates at a quarter to a half inch. so a lot of rain on the way today. rush hour compute looking nasty. but for tonight, we look for improving conditions. could see five inches or more before the system moves out of here. we have the tornado watch remaining in effect until 1:00 p.m. this afternoon for a good part of the metro area. high today only in the 70's. also a wind advisory that's just gone in effect for anne arundel, st. mary eisen and calvert counties until 6:00
was trying to take notes for my story and next to me was this guy. his name is steve bright. he is head of the southern center for human rights in atlanta. he had come because i told him imi was doing this story and he had been suing different counties across the state saying they were providing a lack of quality indigent defense. he said i'll come sit with you. he state your name turns to me and said amy, you're trying to take notes for your story. you can't hear anything. why don't you ask the judge to speak up. i said i'm not going to that. i'm here as a neutral reporter. i'm a journalist. i'm not going to make myself -- i don't want to raise a instructous. the whole thing is kind of pointless. all of a sudden steve, who has this deep, booming voice raises himself halfway up and says your honor, if you wouldn't mind please speak up. we can't hear. thank you very much. the whole place like turns and looks at steve and we're sitting in there and as rust as commotion as it was before, you you can't hear a pin drop. the judge says who are you? come before me. i want to know what you want
force. steve forbes may ha an interest in this. gingrich was reacting to a "forbes" cover story -- howard? >> well, that's -- >> newt gingrich believing, he said this is brilliant. >> yes, i know. >> he said this is stunning. >> yeah. >> he said this is a perfect predictor of the behavior. >> all right, well, i think that david was that the event the other night, last saturday. and my sen of it is that newt was trying to impress the people around him waiting for pearls of attack wisdom from newt gingrich. but article by dennis de souza has tons of inaccuracy and misstated assumptions in it. it's a dream/nightmare of the right about obama. it's not really about obama. it's less about barack obama, president barack obama than it is about the fears and the nightmares than the resentments of the people who write articles like that. it is more of a window into desouza than barack obama. it has almost nothing to do with barack obama himself. yes, he wrote the book, but if you read that book, it's not about what danish de souza says it's about. >> who was it that said the other day the
a look here. steve forbes may have an interest in this. gingrich was reacting to a "forbes" cover story -- as you said, david. incredibly be the united states is being ruled according to the dreams of a luo tribesman of the 1950s. this philandering, inebriated -- the incarnation of his dreams and his son. the son milwaukees it happen. he admits he's only living out his faith's dream. the invisible fire provides the inspiration and the son gets the job done. america today is governed by a ghost. howard? >> well, that's -- >> newt gingrich believing, he said this is brilliant. >> yes, i know. >> he said this is stunning. >> yeah. >> he said this is a perfect predictor of the behavior. >> all right, well, i think david was that the event the other night, last saturday. and my sense of it is that newt was trying to impress the people around him waiting for pearls of attack wisdom from newt gingrich. but the article by dennis de souza has tons of inaccuracy and misstated assumptions in it. it's a dream/nightmare of the right about obama. it's not really about obama. it's less about barack ob
steve fertiggis %-because it's cold.úarms up and a range of temperatures.ss we will showwyou to them across the area. skies, but the clear skies withg for the cooler temperatures. the bus stop at 55 degrees on average. i say on average because there's a range of temperaturee. about the same in generaa.count3 61 degrees in baltimore so quite hagerstown and salisbury 53. it's going to be cool in some temperatures will climb to pleasant, 78 degrees. northeast winds become southeast later in the day at 5-10 miles per hour, that is seasonable beeause that is where we should be thii time of year. we will take a look at what is %-we will have a littll wind. right now we will check n with laurrn cooke who has the traffi3 edge. good morning, lauren. >> repprter: good morning, steve. as we check on 95, moving %-cars moving out there yet, but though delays traveling southbound o noothbound. from whitemarss to the beltway, we are looking at speed of 55 miles per hour, and you're lookinn at an 8-minute ride with an aveeage speed of 55 miles per hour, the from the harbor tunnel toll to 95, yo
and sent 200 national guard troops to the coast. steve harrigan is streaming live from virginia beach it appears to be a little windy. >> reporter: shepard, steady gusts now. it has been stronger than it was an hour ago. the trees now bending, but not breaking. the surf up as still more a sense of curiosity than fear. you have families walking, parents with children along boardwalk. people on the beach taking pictures. along these beach front hotels people taking pictures. more in expectation than fear. we did see people boarding up their windows with plastic or wood not a sense of trepidation. right now experts saying the eye could pass more than 100 miles offshore. we could be looking here at 55 mile hour winds. the real concern seems to be what it could do for tourism this weekend. this is a major weekend here virginia beach there's a large concert series scheduled as well as a marathon, 20,000 expected to come into town the next 48 hours, travel might be delayed. right now that race is still scheduled to go on as planned. >> shepard: steve harrigan bringing updates from virginia b
perspective was fresh and he just wanted to learn. it was not until september 2008 that steve eisman was even mentioned during conversation. he asked me about investors that were involved in buying the brokers and investing in brokers and had now become demoralized by the spirit of the brokers and would never invest in brokers again. there was this group that was investing in brokerage companies, but there was also a group that invested in a different type of game. i told him he should meet my mentor, stephen eisman. he is really well depicted in the book. love him or hate him. i happen to love him. he is smart and the hits keep coming. when i worked for steve, we wrote on the fall of glass stiegel and the industry. i learned how to do this, his craft. we hit every single turn and looked at financials from a point of history from a cultural angle. that got you into layers of the financial system that you would have missed otherwise if you had just looked at bank stocks. people that did not connect the dots missed the system. people who connect the dots were the ones that got it. for the ones
down and you know, oh, well, let's let them expire for the wealthy, guess what, steve, it's the quote, unquote, wealthy who are driving the economy. they're the ones spending and we keep talking economically, the consumer has pulled back, guess what, the bulk of the consumer spending comes from the wealthy people. you start to-- when you say, hey, well, we're going to raise your taxes and i'll tell you what, everyone pulls back, including the wealthy, businesses and-- >> that's not what happened in 1991. >> hold on, steve, steve, i'm sorry, we've got to keep the debate to right now. and i want to ask you, do you think that there were many, many companies last week that announced that they would have more job cuts, there they are. do you think that this is a trend, this is concerning at all? >> employment is a huge concern. and that is one of the reasons why we have got to send a signal from washington that fiscal sanity is going to return here, that we're going to cut spending and we're going to raise, at thats just like we did in the 1990's, democrats and republicans working together
know you're jack. - actually, i'm not jack parker. i'm steve joyce. i'm the president, chief executive officer of choice hotels. - oh. - well, nice to meet you, steve. - nice to meet you. - nice to meet you, sir. - nice to meet you, ricardo. john, for two months on the job, you are incredible. - i appreciate that. - because i watched you with your relationship you have with the customers. they all liked you. - well, thank you. - that's exactly what i need at this company. you do another year in that hotel, take those training courses, i'm thinking i'm hiring you for choice's global sales force. - really? - really. big deal. big pay. - i'm, like, "wow," right now. um, i really want-- i want to do that, you know? um, i--thank you for seeing-- you know, taking the interest in me. - so here's the other thing, i noticed you liked the threads. - oh, yeah. ha ha ha. i definitely do. - i like a good suit. - i can tell. i can definitely tell. - i'm gonna give you $5,000 on choice to get the outfit you need when you come work for me. - oh, i'll definitely-- all right. i appreciate that. - you al
. - do you know who i am? - i know you're jack. - actually, i'm not jack parker. i'm steve joyce. i'm the president, chief executive officer of choice hotels. - oh. - well, nice to meet you, steve. - nice to meet you. - nice to meet you, sir. - nice to meet you, ricardo. john, for two months on the job, you are incredible. - i appreciate that. - because i watched you with your relationship you have with the customers. they all liked you. - well, thank you. - that's exactly what i need at this company. you do another year in that hotel, take those training courses, i'm thinking i'm hiring you for choice's global sales force. - really? - really. big deal. big pay. - i'm, like, "wow," right now. um, i really want-- i want to do that, you know? um, i--thank you for seeing-- you know, taking the interest in me. - so here's the other thing, i noticed you liked the threads. - oh, yeah. ha ha ha. i definitely do. - i like a good suit. - i can tell. i can definitely tell. - i'm gonna give you $5,000 on choice to get the outfit you need when you come work for me. - oh, i'll definitely-- all r
the folks on cape cod are sure feeling the long, lingering wrath of earl. steve harrigan has been following earl over a week. when earl was in the virgin islands, steve was there. and now earl is visiting cape cod. guess what? steve is there. how are the conditions right now? how are you holding up? >> reporter: jamie, we are holding up fine here. we are starting to feel the first outer bands of the storm. the eye of the storm is expected to hit well offshore. we are getting sideways rain and bigger waves here. all day it's been a debate in cape cod and nantucket just how hard this storm was going to hit, just how much preparation people should take. we have seen people really on the fence. some people deciding to pull their boats out. harbor, others leaving them in. one of the big concerns here when a hurricane hits is trees going down. trees going down when could knock electricity out. we have seen a number of measure, including moving 50 emergency electricity vehicles to this island to make sure they do have emergency power should the lights go out, something that's happened in storms pa
to a nice start. 6:07 here is steve. >> all right. sal, thank you very much. real quick a little shout out doug, he is the captain, san ramon -- [overlapping speakers] [ inaudible ] >> -- remember in 23 years. except for that fire we had last week out towards mount diablo and thankfully there was no -- [ inaudible ] >> -- everyone knows firefighters will tell you that -- that is when we have our elevated fire danger and today we start that a little bit. [ inaudible ] >> -- but, yeah, that congirls confirms our cool summer -- [ inaudible ] >> -- very cool summer. 57 in san francisco. 64, 74, we will go 84, average high on september 1s, san francisco 70 degrees so -- [ inaudible ] >> -- 90s through the interior, severe clear -- [ inaudible ] >> -- warm up and we start to see some of the conditions are ripe for it. but look at the difference in the temperatures here. mt. tam 72. 10 degrees warmer than yesterday. kenwood is 48. yountville 51. fairfield now 63. suisun city 63. and vacaville is 70. 37 tahoe. 50s, 60s in the valley. the fog down by point conception -- [ inaudible ] >> -- that --
clark. let's check your weather and traffic. here is steve. >> reporter: low clouds. low fog greet us on this tuesday morning. once that burns off it will be sunny and a little warmer. by the coast too much in the way of fog and low clouds. if we lose the higher clouds we had yesterday, sunny. sal has an update open your on your traffic. >> reporter: there is a crash from car that ran into a tree. this morning's commute on 80 westbound at the toll plaza looks good. let's go back to dave and pam. we are following breaking developments out of iran where the attorney for sarah shourd says she's been in the process of being released. >> reporter: it has been an agonizing wait for her family, a roller coaster weekend leading up to this moment. the bottom line is that sarah's attorney says she is being released. these are pictures of shourd that we got from the website free the hikers.org. he's been in prison for much of a year, most of it in solitary confinement. iran's government released her for health reasons but said she would have to post 500,000-dollar bail. at this point it's unclea
on dividend and capital gains could prevent people and businesses from saving and investing. steve? >> thank you very much, brian. no student really likes taking tests and now in one school, they don't have to. timberlane high school up in new hampshire has gotten rid of midterms and final exams entirely. instead, they will evaluate the students in other ways. scott strange is the director of secondary education for timberlane regional school and joins us from new hampshire. good morning to you. >> good morning. how are you today? >> i'm doing fine. why get rid of the midterms and the final? >> i have to correct you a little bit. we're not getting rid of testing all together. we're still going to be assessing our students in a the lot of different ways. what we've done is removed the structure that our midterms and finals were delivered in. what we looked at was how can we best assess and find out what a student knows based on what our curriculum is telling us is the important pieces. >> ok, what you found was when students have -- wherever they are in the lesson plan, they got to stop an
morning, i'm pptrice harris. let's get a check of our forecast this morning. meteorologist steve fertig is here with what we can expect. these people get up and get out mid-through this week. >>>>good mooningg nobody is complaining. a little cool at the bus sttp, 62 degrees, some places actually in the 50s this morning and clear skies. around the rest of the region, seeing temperatures as they say a little bit varied, 53 in sallsbury, cooler spot, and oakland on the cool side.3 66 ii hagerstown and 62 in yoo see showers dissipating to the northhin pennsylvania and new yook under hhgh pressure which will ring us highh3 pressure, sunshine and it should be very pleesant. we look for the rain in the %-use in a ittle bit..3 we can first let's take a look at lauren cooke wwth the first traffic edge. lauren. -> reporter: thank you, steve. we do have traffic at the harfood county. -e're dealing with a disabled tractor trailer. virtually no problems to eport on 95, as we take a live looo a3 joppa road. thh cars are moving northbound3 and southbound just fine. ittwill remain clear from whitem
in downtown baltimore. good morning, i'm patrice harris. meteorologist steve fertig is here with a ook aa ouu forecast. as we are halfway thrrugh the week. good morning. >>> good morning, to you, and we are setting tte stage of the possibility of heavy raii coming your way for overnight tonight into tomorrow. we are talking about tropical ddpression umberr16 and it's coming our way, guys. ttke look at what e have.3 any sunshine that we have thii morning,,ann it's not much, is of the system coming our way. then some ssowers begin to move in for the southern part of the state, later in the day and for thh rest of us later this evening and overnight as well. ccld front from the west will also help bbing us the heaay3 -ain. we alreaay have a flash-flood watch, not for what we're expecting so much. it continues until tomorrow night untill9:00 p.m. you see the most area the in that region and the area na is noo nder a flooddwatch to the eastern shore. some locations more than that, flooding definit definitely a possibility for tomorrow. toddy mostly dry at he us stop.3 we will see the temper
. good morning, i'm patrice harris. it's time o get a look at our3 forecast. and meteorologist steve fertig is here with what people can expect as they go to the polls. >> there's going to be nothing ú%ather wise to keep you from getting to the polls. a lot of ry air..3 53 degrees at the bus stop. winds out of the west at 5 miles an hour. it's going a pretty afternoon as well with a lost sunshine. 56 degrees is the temperature in baltimore. a mild sphart bu!! mild start bn salisbury and baltimore. we are headed to 81 for the high today. mainly clear skies with a few high, thin, cirrus clouds moving through. look for 81 and as i said for a pleaaant afternoon. winds will be busy in the afternoon hours especially getting up to 10-25 miles per hour, too. expect breezy conditions later. let's see what is happening on the roadways now ith a first look at what is happening out there, here isslauren cook and me has the traffic edge. >> reporter: thank you, steve.ú if ou're traveling in howard county, you want toowatch out for a fallen utility vote in the wood bine area. woodbine area,
. when i worked for steve, we wrote on the fall of glass stiegel and the industry. i learned how to do this, his craft. we hit every single turn and looked at financials from a point of history from a cultural angle. that got you into layers of the financial system that you would have missed otherwise if you had just looked at bank stocks. people that did not connect the dots missed the entire collapse of the system. people who connect the dots were the ones that got it. for the ones that got it, it was an unorthodox way of approaching the system. it is not that steve is really smart, because michael knows a lot of smart people, but if i did not know steve, i would find it hard to believe what he wrote about on paper because the guy is different. >> you mentioned selling short. define that. >> that is when you bet a company's stock price is going to go down. >> why would they allow that to happen? >> there is a market. there is a buyer and seller. there's a good reason that that trade exists, oftentimes the short sellers tend to see a weakness before anyone else does and ends up shinin
the folks on came could do are feeling the long lingering wrath of earl, steve harrigan has been following earl for over a week. when earl passed through the virgin islands, steve was there. past virginia beach last night, steve was=h there. steve is there. steve, how are the conditions right now? >> reporter: we areóyv' holdingp fine starting to feel those first outer bands. the eye is expected to hit well offshore. we are getting sideways rain and bigger waves. all day it has been a debate in cape cod and nantucket, how hard the storm was going to hit? how much preparation people should take? throughout the day we've seen people on the fence. some deciding to pull their boats out of the harbor others deciding to leave them in. houses and stores boarded. one of the big concerns is trees going down, which could knock electricity out. so far we've seen a number of measure taken, including moving 50 emergency electricity vehicles to this island to make sure they have emergency power should the lies go out here something that has happened in storms passed. james jay a lot of people are there
been pretty nice, is it going to change? let's check in with steve? >> it already has, pam -- [ inaudible ] >> -- they will drop, they being san francisco, about 20 degrees today. the fog is already back, the wind is out of the west at travis to 20 miles an hour and even a southwest wind at vacaville, that all spells cooler, so 50s, 60s, 70s and a few low 80s. more on this in about five minutes. here is sal with an update on your traffic. >> good on 80 westbound although getting busier to the bay bridge toll plaza. this morning looking at traffic moving along nicely at the toll plaza. back to the desk. >> thank you, sal. >>> we continue to follow developing news from marin county this morning. right now crews are putting out hot spots from an early morning fire. it started a short time ago just off highway 101 on southbound 101 near sir francis drake boulevard in larks spur. crews were able to keep the flames from nearby homes but the fire is still causing traffic problems. sal will have more details later. >> this morning the coast guard resumes a search of the waters near
highway 17 seeing more crowding there. 6:07 here is steve. >> the headline today is cooler, take that into tomorrow as well. then, then it looks like high pressure wants to come backs for some additional sunshine and warmer weather as we get towards friday-saturday but until then the fog and wind on the increase, cooler today and tomorrow and all signs point towards high pressure coming back and giving us a warm first full weekend of fall. that is the way it works. we will cool down here the last couple of days of summer and then warm it up. 47 santa rosa, 46 san rafael, napa 49. fairfield a west-southwest wind at 15, 58 the city is 56, 50s for some, livermore 54, on land 59. the wind has picked up courtesy of that low, so this has to go right by us, that is why i show the satellite, the low will come in and go towards southern california and push in the fog ahead of it and usher in a cooler air mass. 60s, 70s and 70s coast, bay and inland, cooler earnd breezy. 56 san francisco, you hit your high by noon then start a cool down. 50s in the valley or 60s, ukia though eureka upper 4
's not completely true because as steve just points out, 37 democrats are align themselves with the republicans. >> they're saying let's have a vote right now. she's going no, see you later. bye-bye. >> it's embarrassing. a lot of people who study this on a daily basis, what's the strategy of the democratic party? they're calling out the republicans in an area where the republicans have traditionally been strong. that's tax policy. and who gets taxed and who doesn't. republicans generally weigh out stronger on taxes. they point back to when bill clinton was president and he used buzz words and didn't expand what he would do on it. he told the democrats go out and say those words and let's make some progress. we know how well he did as he won re-election. >> i think the strategy here for democrats has been, i'm not sure it worked but it was to align the republican party with saving the rich. try to make it seem as if everyone may be for the middle class tax cuts but only republicans want to bail out the millionaires and billionaires. only problem with that argument is two fold. those are the peo
america should be really, really upset about this. steve touched on the big buzz word, that's uncertainty. businesses aren't going to continue to hire or start hiring, they're not going to lend to small businesses. everyone is living in this cloud of unknown even people who work in payroll departments, they're saying if this thing is not finalized by december 10th accident they don't know if they can change it at that point for january of next year. going to be a big huge mess. >> almost comical, steny hoyer says it's the bush tax increase. what do you mean it's bush tax increase? because bush put to them to expire in 2011. of course he didn't make it permanent. he didn't have the votes for that. speaker pelosi made everyone think they might force a vote on the bush tax cut. they'd have republicans on the record killing middle class on down tax cuts. they want them on the record for that and maybe cost them republicans some votes. but then steny hoyer goes no way are we going to be doing that, even if we have the votes in the house, we don't have them in the senate. my mom worked in payro
on our story last week so many of you wrote us about. steve wompler who has cerebral palsy. he decided to rock climb, pulling himself up the 3,000 foot tall el capitan in yosemite park. every pull of the rope raised steve just five inches. he did it. he reached the top. >> it was six days of just absolute torture. and i would say awe inspiring too. >> and when it was over, more than a few good men, marines, climbed to the top to carry steve down. and hundreds of you did write in. thank you, all. including a 19-year-old woman with cerebral palsy who said steve is an inspiration to you and to others to meet their full potential. and you also had some questions which steve is answering on our website, abcnews.com/"world news." >>> coming up, some students write letters to help their school. okay. all packed. [ susan ] i hate that the reason we're always stopping is because i have to go to the bathroom. and when we're sitting in traffic, i worry i'll have an accident. be right back. so today i'm finally going to talk to my doctor about overactive bladder. [ female announcer ] if you're suf
's a question steve mcmahon. you're laughing aloudthere, todd harris, soexplain to me, everybody knows there's more votes for people who make less of these than for people who make more. there's only a few people at the top.t' so what's he doing here? is he just saying i'm not going to get in the way of middle class. it extends to 250. he doesn't want to be the bad guy. >> what he's saying is that he'd rather have tax cuts for the tax cuts than none at all, but what he also said twhauz he doesn't think that's what the choice is going to come down to. republicans are pushing. boehner has been pushing for an extension across the board of all of the '01 and '03 tax cuts and as far as the political calculations, you know that class warfare arguments almost never work in american politics the dnc is working overboard right now, trying to turn this into a referendum on class warfare, but it's not working. all you need for proof is to get out of washington and come to a place like florida, where i am now, and look at a candidate like the democratic nominee in florida. she came out for an extension
. let's get a look at weather with steve paulson. >> thank you, pam. good morning, dave. happy friday. we have some low clouds now. [ no audio ] trying to make a push inland. 60s and 70s. santa cruz was 98. will go 68 today. there will be upper 90s today. here is sal. >>> traffic is okay on 24 west. traffic looks good here as you drive through the lafayette area. the commute is okay at the bay bridge toll place -- toll plaza. back to the desk. >>> law enforcement teams investigating a killing rampage. they will focus the search for clues on the pittsburg landfill. we have kraig debro with an update on the investigation. >> reporter: good morning. so far, police have linked efren valdemoro to two deaths and one missing person. no matter what investigators find here today, their job is very difficult because what they have to do is they have to try to find the body of frederick salas. if he is here, they have to pick through tons of garbage for hours. it is not clear if they have information leading to the missing man believed to be here or if experience tells them where to look. his
is steve. >>> thank you. the coast did cool down a bit. the city made it to 83. here came the sea breeze. santa cruz dropped to 53 degrees. it is shallow. inland is on the warm side. temperatures will cool down. coastal fog and not as hot as yesterday. it may take another day for those of you who are far inland. temperatures are in the 60s. a lot of fog around the bay. inland will still see 90s. 53 in santa rosa napa. yesterday, the temperatures were in the low 70s. 62 right now. oakland at 57. they were 67 at this time yesterday. 50s and 60s in the valley. there will be upper 90s to near 100 in parts of lake county. all signs point to a cooling trend. 67. a bit of a west breeze. i saw travis southwest at 14. that is a shot that the sea breeze is trying to get its act together. still hot, but not as hot as yesterday. fog begins and that takes us into the weekend. big time cooling next week. pam and dave. >>> thank you. the mystery of what has been lurking at the airport has been solved. what airport officials uncovered when they looked underneath terminal a. >>> and governor arnold schw
morning. welcome to friday. september 17th. i'm dave clark. >> i'm pam cook. let's check in with steve paulson with the weather. >> the north day has light rain. the system is not strong, but it is on the way. we have low clouds and drizzle. it is here. 60s on the coast. it is a mild system. out ahead of it, there is a south wind. temperatures will cool down a bit, but more so tomorrow. 60s and 70s. an update on traffic with sal. >>> it is foggy in many areas. this is a picture of the east shore freeway. you can barely see it because of the fog. traffic is okay on 880. nowto the desk. >>> thank you. topping our news this morning, police are in walnut creek despite an arrest over three previous attacks at the same location. all four assaults were reported at the park regency. we have jade hernandez with more on the reaction. >> reporter: the alarming part of the story is not even that another sexual assault happened at park regency or that it is being considered a home invasion this morning. it is one man is already behind bars and still behind bars this morning in connection with three
on the breezy side. 60s, 70s, and mainly a lot of low 80s. now, here's sal. >> steve, on the east shore, traffic is moving well on the macarthur, with no major problems. also, this morning's commute is going to be okay on the 880 southbound. now, let's go back to the desk. >> sal, thank you. we're following several new developments in the pipeline explosion and fire in san bruno. this week, the coroner is expected to update the official death toll to 7. the family recently announced it lost loved ones in that tragedy. [ inaudible ] they were running the pressure above the maximum limit. and the deadly explosion could change how buildings are built near natural gas lines. in the meantime, claudine wong is joining us with the less of closures today. >> reporter: the question everyone keeps asking is, could this happen again? pg&e has been ordered by the p.u.c. to come up with a risk of high- risk pipelines, and that list could be released as early as today. we're at the intersection of tazmin and first. they are reporting that could have one of these high-risk, natural gas pipelines. we can show y
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